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Clergyman , educator

Samuel Knox Wilson, American clergyman, educator.

Background

Wilson, Samuel Knox was born on August 20, 1882 in Chicago, Illinois, United States. Son of Samuel Knox and Mary Cecilia (Gaynor) Wilson.

Education

Studied divinity same university. Graduate School, 1932-1933, pres.

Career

Instructor in history St. Xavier High School, Cincinnati, 1909-1913, St. Mary’s College, 1913-1914. Associate professor of history, Loyola University, 1918-1921, professor American history, 1924-1925, research professor American history, 1925-1929. Professor American history, Loyola University, 1929-1930, head Department History and Political Science, 1930-1933, dean Graduate School, 1932-1933, president 1933-1942.

Executive member Jesuit Education Association. Director admissions, University of Detroit, North Central Associate Colleges Universities (member board review).

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor, The College Newsletter.

Membership

Member American History Association, Mississippi Valley History Association, Illinois State History Society, Chicago History Society, Jesuit Education Association, National Catholic Ednl. Association (secretary college department), Association American Colleges. Research professor of America History, University of Detroit, August, since 1943.

Connections

father:
Samuel Knox Wilson

mother:
Mary Cecilia (Gaynor) Wilson